Maxim Meyer-Horn

29 Apr
Music

World Premiere: Hannah Diamond and Sarah Bonito Join A.G. Cook on ‘The Darkness’

Ever since our chat with PC Music legend A.G. Cook, our admiration for his music and vision has only grown. His album ‘Apple‘ became one of the most celebrated pop records last year, and the era isn’t over yet. A.G. Cook invited his friends Hannah Diamond and Sarah from Kero Kero Bonito to join him on the remix of his standout single “The Darkness”. With extreme pride, we unveil the remix with the accompanying music video in an exclusive world premiere.

PC Music and A.G. Cook himself have heavily influenced the cyberculture and hyper pop world with their incomparable productions. With the remix of “The Darkness”, Cook gives us a new perspective on the song by letting his close friends Hannah Diamond and Sarah Bonito jump on it.

Collaborative process

Pop angel Hannah Diamond was already involved during the making of “The Darkness” and saw the song gradually take shape over the course of the album process. Talking about the song, she says, “It feels super special to become more of a part of a song that I already loved so much. Especially during a year where we have been super disconnected by distance.” She adds, “I loved Apple when it came out, and it was really fun working on this remix with other amazing artists.”

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